Over the past 35 years of marriage, my family and I have shifted a total of 9 times. Each time we settle into our new place and unpack, there’s always this sense of hope: “Lord, I sure hope that this will be the last time we’re going to do this.” And not too long later, we’re on the move again. I think this continual dislocation is part of my lot in life and I think it’s designed to teach me that the only thing constant in this life is change. Don’t settle down. We’re not settlers, but pilgrims on a journey. Keep following the cloud of His Glory!
The great business of life is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever. The Bible tells us that man was created to bring Him glory. That is our purpose, our duty; and what Jesus has redeemed us for. Does that sound like your experience of the Christian life? Or have we, in all our good intentions and...
What does the Kingdom of God look like? Jesus is inviting us to draw near and hear the incredible practicality of His Kingdom. We're to be filled with the Word and the Spirit. Hear as Dr. John Andrews teaches on how we can find application in the ordinary and routine through God's Word and Spirit.